From the end of 2023 until early 2024, the Ticino-based gallery Artrust is hosting the new monographic exhibition of the renowned Ticino street artist duo NEVERCREW, in its Zürich exhibition venue at Bärengasse 16.
NEVERCREW is composed of Christian Rebecchi and Pablo Togni. Since 1996, their artistic path has developed primarily in the realm of street art, creating murals, installations, and sculptures. Their work can be seen all over the world and centers around the contrasting relationships between humans and nature, as well as humans and “systems,” paying particular attention to environmental and social themes.
SwissGlam had the pleasure of hosting its guests at the Artrust pop-up space in the heart of Zürich, inviting the local press and art enthusiasts to enjoy the artists’ latest exhibition, “Mutual” – a series of never-before-seen paintings, sculptures, and installations.
Patrizia Cattaneo Moresi, Director of Artrust, and Darya von Bergen of SwissGlam greeted the guests, arranging a guided gallery tour showcasing the central theme of this NEVERCREW exhibit, namely, the perception human beings have of their position within the natural and social equilibrium.
After the tour, everyone had the chance to taste fine ARVI wines and champagne, network, and participate in the raffle to win gifts from Artrust and the beauty partner of the evening, Sisley Paris – who sponsored a gorgeous set.
After numerous collaborations, including exhibitions, fairs, and events in Switzerland and abroad added Patrizia Cattaneo Moresi, our relationship with NEVERCREW is finally being inaugurated by an exhibition entirely dedicated to them, and we are proud to be able to host it in Zürich, at the end of our first year of presence here.
The evening was filled with amazing company, music, and refreshments. To end it off on a high note, every guest was spoiled, leaving with a goodie bag of Sisley beauty products and an art book from Artrust.
SwissGlam was happy to bring together a dynamic community through a unique blend of art, wine, culture, and connection.
Photos by Anastasia Diadio